Colorado residents with large estates may have questions about the $5 million federal estate tax exclusion and how it affects them. Because it doesn't affect the majority of residents, few may have even heard of it.For example, if a resident dies in 2014, the typical...
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Colorado residents can give themselves the gift of peace of mind in their golden years by planning now for their needs after retirement. One of the ways to do this is to engage in long term care planning with an attorney who practices estate planning law.One study...
Colorado residents may have heard that long time radio icon and the voice of Scooby Doo's beloved Shaggy, 82-year-old Casey Kasem, is struggling with the devastating effects of Parkinson's disease. His family is concerned about his health and safety and petitioned the...
Colorado residents should all have four basic documents in place in case of serious injury, sickness or death.A will is necessary even for people without a lot of assets to leave. If you have minor children, you need to specify in your will who is to have both...
Disabled Colorado residents and the loved ones who care for them have a friend in the Democratic senator who hails from Fort Collins.The senator's proposed bill, "The Aid to the Needy Disabled," recently won a second round of voice voting in the Senate, where perhaps...
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